SDHD Ask How campaign

All member organizations are requested to organize SCIENCE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE campaign activities in your state

April 11th Jyothiba Phule birthday
April 14th Ambedkar birthday 

National Workshop : Science and Social Justice Bengaluru 16,17Feb 2019

National Workshop for Hindi-speaking States including Maharashtra and Odisha

at Delhi, 10-12Feb 2019

26th Jan 2019

Subka Desh Hamara Desh:
Ask How Campaign

In Defense of the Republic and Constitution:
Mr. R. Krishnamurthy Lawyer High Court speaks

Tamil Nadu Science Forum (TNSF)
6, Kakkathoppu Street, Madurai-625001

A Vibrant and Inspiring 16th AIPSC organised in Bhubaneshwar

The 16th AIPSC was organized from 9th February to 12th February 2018 at National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER). The Congress was hosted by Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti (BGVS), Odisha. More than 700 delegates from  42 organisations associated with the All India People’s Science Network (AIPSN) from across the Country, and more than 200 participants from Odisha and 130 children, come together for the promotion of science and public participation in science and technology in country. The 16th AIPSC attempted to make a difference in content discourse, hospitality and people participation.

Click here for a brief report of the AIPSC.

Bhopal Jan Utsav: A festival of Hope and Solidarity

The city of Bhopal witnessed a unique Festival — a festival of diversity, reason and resistance—between 26th and 28th of November. Named as Bhopal Utsav, it was organised by various progressive organisations, collectives and movements between. The festival brought together activists from diverse movements, cultural activists, science activists and thousands of people from all walks of life. The festival was conceived as a response to the systematic assault on people’s lives mounted by religious  sectarian forces and neoliberal economic policies. Over 3,000 people representing movements from across the country, raised their voices in unison to celebrate popular resistance against attempts to unmake the vision of a multicultural and self–reliant nation that fired the independence movement in India. For three days the grounds of the Rabindra Bhawan reverberated with slogans, songs, and debates which spoke about the real concerns of the people. They spoke of social justice, gender equality, of the primacy of reason over obscurantism, and of freedom – freedom from hunger and poverty, freedom from repression of free speech and ideas, and freedom from caste and class oppression.

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